What to Expect from Jack: Piccadilly 69 Richard E Grant Perfume – Petrol, Leather?:
Jack Piccadilly 69 perfume for men and women has been the third flanker in Jack perfume series by British Actor Richard E Grant. The perfume is set to come in stores in September 2016. The original Jack Perfume was launched in year 2014, followed by the second flanker Jack:Covent Garden that got launched in April 2015.
Jack: Piccadilly 69 has been inspired by the actor Richard E Grant’s first visit to Piccaddilly Circus. The actor got the idea of this fragrance after seeing the musical ‘HAIR, people in see-through clothes in Soho and the strong and sharp smell of patchouli oil from the crowd of hippies assembled around the Eros fountain. The fragrance has notes of Bergamot, Patchouli, Leather and Petrol, along with the additional notes of ginger and amber.
Jack: Piccadilly 69 Notes and Perfume Scent descriptions:
Top Notes: Bergamot, Patchouli, Ginger
Middle Notes: Petrol
Base Notes: Leather, Dry Amber, Cedar wood
What to expect from this fragrance:
Packaging: The perfume comes in the same signature packaging that the brand has followed in its previous flankers. A gorgeous red colored box with an elegantly styled glass bottle enclosed within a British flag print pouch-bag. The pouch can work as a nice stylish accessory to carry your stuff and flaunt your style at the same time. The flacon has similar appeal and clean design as its previous flankers – a clear glass bottle with the circular black label in its front.
With the interesting combination of the notes of leather, patchouli, petrol, bergamot, ginger and amber, get ready to expect a fragrance a lot different from the usual unisex scents we’ve experienced till date. The fragrance starts on the citrus-spicy notes of Green leaves, bergamot and ginger, where ginger stays prominent all along.
The fragrance slowly blends into the heart notes to bring the earthy aroma out while keeping the spice in the background as it slowly discloses the subtle and soft notes of petrol.
The scent finally dries down to the woody and musky base notes of leather, dry amber and cedar wood, while keeping the spiciness of ginger and slight chemical touch of petrol in the background. The good thing about the notes of petrol and leather is that you can just smell a bit of both, but none of the notes are overpowering at all. The whole fragrance is well balanced between citrusy-spicy-smoky-woody notes to give out a wonderful, hypnotic and seductive aroma.
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